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Graduate Awards and Awardees

Awards for the Best Graduate Student Teacher and Teaching Assistant

Amount: Best Teacher $300; Best TA $100

The aim of these awards is to express recognition for a graduate student’s contribution to the prime mission of the University: the excellence of teaching.

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Awardees

Best Graduate Student Teacher ($300): Darin Brown

Barbara Goldman Garland Memorial Scholarship

Amount: $1,000

The aim of this scholarship is to honor a graduate student who significantly contributes to clinical service or clinical research for adolescent children and who demonstrates professional integrity. The winner of this award will have her/his name engraved on the public plaque listing winners of the Barbara Goldman Garland Memorial Scholarship in the Graduate Student Lounge, Department of Psychology, UNM.

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Awardees

Rebecca Rieger

David J. Smith, Ph.D., Psychology Graduate Student Award

Amount: $1,000

The aim of this award is to honor a graduate student who shows evidence of excellence and compassion in the field of clinical psychology with adults, whether in terms of clinical work or research, or both.

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Awardees

Kelsey Serier

Jackson-Miller Graduate Fellowship

The aim of this fellowship is to establish funding for graduate students in clinical psychology who consider it a privilege to serve those who are poor. The graduate fellowship recipient is to be placed with a program or agency in New Mexico that serves the poorest of the poor and to work directly with this clientele. The recipient’s time commitment to the placement agency will be 10 hours per week (.25 FTE) for one semester (either Fall or Spring) of the 2017/2018 academic year. The winner of this award must maintain one G.A. contract during the semester of the fellowship in order to have health insurance fully covered for that semester. The winner of this award will also have her/his name engraved on the public plaque listing winners of the Jackson-Miller Fellowship in the Graduate Student Lounge, Department of Psychology, UNM

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The Benjamin Franklin Haught Memorial Scholarship Award

Amount: $3,000 for Summer Funding

The aim of this scholarship award is to provide 20 hour (.50 FTE) summer financial support to a doctoral candidate who demonstrates excellence in research and academics. The scholarship is awarded to provide encouragement to a student to focus on research and on completing her/his Ph.D. dissertation in a timely manner. The student who receives this award may supplement her/his scholarship with no more than another ½ time appointment during the summer of 2018, thus having time to concentrate in completion of her/his dissertation. The funds will be available for the summer of 2018, and the winner of this award will have her/his name engraved on the public plaque listing winners of the Haught Memorial Scholarship in the Graduate Student Lounge, Department of Psychology, UNM. The Award Committee will request a brief (one page) but specific report on the progress in the awarded student’s work by the end of the summer.

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Awardees

Jacqueline Janowich

The Haught Distinguished Graduate Lecture Award

Amount: $1,000

The aim of this award is to honor a doctoral candidate who demonstrates research excellence and professional integrity. The awarded doctoral candidate will be invited to present a lecture on Friday, May 4th, during the Psychology Colloquium timeslot, and will be presented with a personal plaque commemorating the award. The student’s name will also be engraved on the public plaque listing winners of the Haught Lecture Award in the Graduate Student Lounge, Department of Psychology, UNM.

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Awardees

Corey Roos

The Rosenblum Award

Amount: $1,000

The aim of this award is to honor a graduate student who shows excellence in child psychology or clinical family psychology. The winner of this award will have her/his name engraved on the public plaque listing winners of the Rosenblum Award in the Graduate Student Lounge, Department of Psychology, UNM.

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Awardees

Rebecca Rieger